The little Ghastlys are up to mischief again, and that spells trouble for the townspeople. Their tricks do not amuse the mayor, who says they must do something good for the town if they are to be allowed to stay on at the Ghostly Ghastly House. Read about how they try to be good - and how everything goes from bad to worse. Book 7 in a series of chapter books for readers aged 7 to 9 years.
Down in the hollows, deep in the woods, far far away from the noisy outside world, lay the sleepy little hamlet of Wriggly Bottom. How “Wriggly Bottom” ever got its name no one seems to know. Your guess is as good as mine, but nowadays this peaceful community was home to a whole host of busy countryside animals. Let’s take a closer look…”
This book is the story of a highly successful and resilient amateur musical society based in the village of Baldoyle, Dublin, Ireland. The group produce a traditional pantomime and a full musical each year. This book which is generously illustrated tells the story of the society from 1972 to 2012.
A millionaire industrialist dies in an upstairs library of his New England estate one stormy night after ingesting a fatal overdose of a prescription medication. Strangely, the dead man contacted his attorney the day before his demise about changing his will. Did someone poison the deceased, keeping him from changing his will? Was the death a suicide, an accident, or perhaps even...murder?
A Christmas novel for adults set in a department store where actor Byron Nichols takes on his most challenging role to date – Santa Claus – and becomes involved in the personal lives of a host of larger than life characters sharing their pleasures and their problems.
A hypochondriac prince is cursed with the love for three oranges for laughing at the disguise of the wicked witch, Fata Morgana.
Adapted from the opera by Sergei Prokofiev which is based on the commedia dell'arte play by Carlo Gozzi.